I have no idea where you got that conclusion from.mainly because they sorta imply that there is no such thing as magic, and there is no such thing as god
Not necessarily. A god does not have to be timeless in order to be a god.but if a *real* god exists, he is timeless. not timeless as in he doesn't age, but timeless as in there was never a time he wasn't around - he would have to transcend time.
Actually, that's usually only applied to God, or Allah, or whoever a religon thinks is the "ultimate god", a.k.a. creator of all gods, spirits, beings, aliens, animals, basically life in general, be it currently occuping a part of our plane of existence or not.i mean, one of the words that is often used to describe any sort of god is omnipotence, meaning "all-powerful", which includes the power to create himself.
Not necessarily. A god does not have to be timeless in order to be a god.
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